electro-acoustic music

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electro-acoustic music:

see electronic musicelectronic music
or electro-acoustic music,
term for compositions that utilize the capacities of electronic media for creating and altering sounds.

Initially, a distinction must be made between the technological development of electronic instruments and the
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Perhaps this is also because I still feel more like a student in electroacoustic music. Maybe it'll change over time.
1-2 (February-April 2018): Special issue on Electroacoustic Music in East Asia.
He was a professor of music at Hamilton College and a scholar of electroacoustic music. He recently completed the pitch design for the Tower of Voices chimes being constructed at the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
The rest of the festival programme will feature the Nieuw Ensemble from the Netherlands, the Chronos Ensemble from Cyprus, the Centre's electroacoustic music ensemble as well as the Dutch composer Joel Bons, who will present a series of lectures.
Sander Bryce, also known as Haunter, plays hip-hop and jazz electroacoustic music that's made by blending samples and live instrumentation with a focus on the drums.
After receiving a first class honours degree in music from King's College London in 2000 he went on to complete an MPhil in electroacoustic music at the University of Birmingham.
In 2014, Musiques & Recherches, an association dedicated to acousmatic music (www .musiques-recherches.be), made the acquisition of nearly 300 sound recordings and books about electroacoustic music.
Originally developed by experimental musicians working with musique concrete and electroacoustic music, who physically manipulated tape loops or vinyl records on a phonograph by the late 1960s, the use of tape loop sampling influenced the development of minimalist music and the production of psychedelic rock and jazz fusion.
There is the option to take a course entitled 'Certificate in World Sound Arts' (University of Alberta, n.p.), which "centers upon sounds, techniques, and disciplines from beyond the standard western music conservatory: electroacoustic music, popular music, jazz, world music, music technology, ethnomusicology, and the sociology of music" (ibid).
Dimpker, a composer, lecturer, and music theorist, outlines a notation system for unconventional elements in music, focusing on extended instrumental playing techniques of common orchestral instruments and electroacoustic music, for composition students and lecturers, musicologists, composers, performers, music arrangers, sound engineers, and editors.